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Piña Colada Frozen Yogurt

The yogurt fairy came, and not just any yogurt fairy, but the fancy pants Chibani yogurt fairy came! And what does one do with 6 giant sized containers of yogurt? Well, after eating a lot of yogurt, one makes frozen yogurt, because one (and I’m not saying who) just realized not too long ago that ice cream and other frozen ice cream like desserts were super easy to make. So, thank the kind people of Chobani for including nice chunks of real fruit in their yogurt and helping me decide what the next item to fill my freezer.

 

Did you see how short the directions were? Seriously, this is about as easy as it gets. The fro yo firmed up a lot faster then my previous attempts and ice cream as well and was cold and ready in half the time. So if you are in a pinch, this is the recipe to run to.

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Caroline

Monday 15th of July 2013

This looks and sounds super delicious and I can't believe how simple it is to make! I've been putting off breaking out my ice cream machine just because I haven't had time to put into prepping to make the ice cream...you've inspired me to break that baby out, dust it off and make this tomorrow!

alex wilson

Tuesday 18th of September 2012

what if you don't have an ice cream maker ;( ?? is there an alternative way ?

Julia

Thursday 6th of September 2012

Beautiful presentation! I saw your photo on TasteSpotting.com.

Javelin Warrior

Friday 31st of August 2012

I'm going to have to look for pineapple yogurt because I've never seen it before and it sound fantastic. Although this frozen yogurt sounds even better and I'm drooling just looking at the pictures... I'm featuring this post in today's Food Fetish Friday (with a link-back and attribution as always). Thank you so much for keeping me inspired with such delicious creations...

Jennie @themessybakeblog

Wednesday 29th of August 2012

Oh my gosh, yummo! Chobani's pineapple yogurt is my favorite. I so can't wait to try this recipe.